Found November 17, 2011 on Bob's Blitz :
Actually find these Onion videos to have dropped off a bit. Here's Tom Brady, Mark Sanchez Prepare For Jets-Pats Matchup By Having Sex With Each Other as an example. But...the scroll is hysterical....

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Patriots QB Tom Brady weighs the merits of hurrying it up, Gronkowski, and other stuff!

Patriots QB Tom Brady met the media earlier today, in a pretty good mood. Considering his team just beat the Jets by a large margin a few days ago, that would make sense. Brady hit on a few topics after a Sunday night game that ended with him completing 12 passes in a row. One pertinent topic revolved around his use of the hurry-up offense, which helped immensely against the Jets...

When in Roam, Tom Brady delivers

FOXBORO - It looks like chaos. Tom Brady drops back, realizes his receivers are covered, and begins to roam. And...

Sanchez/Tebow: Two Unconventional Winners Share Scrutiny

For Mark Sanchez, two AFC championship games in his first two years as a pro hasn’t been enough to silence his doubters. Tim Tebow took over a 1-4 Broncos team that is now 4-5 under his leadership. Instead of admiring Denver’s re-entry back into the AFC West race since Tebow got behind center, detractors question his ability to throw the football. When the Jets and Broncos take...

New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez, 11.15

On the challenge of playing on Thursday night on little rest… It’s a good challenge. There’s two ways to look at it, we can kind of hang our heads from the New England game and be upset about not being in the driver’s seat in the division, or we can turn right around, get the bad taste out of your mouth and play well on Thursday in a short week. And I think it’s obvious...

New York Jets' Mark Sanchez in no rush to be running quarterback

Mark Sanchez lined up daily against the New York Jets' defense during the preseason and watches that group from the sideline during every regular-season game.

A Lesson In Chivalry: Week 11 Predictions

The Patriots made Mark Sanchez and the Jets look like this (no such thing as watching that too many times). But, the week was highlighted by David Nelson's sheer chivalry. Overall: 14-5-1 Last Week's Predictions: New England +1.5 at New York Jets: WIN The Jets offensive efficiency is still grouped in with likes of Denver, Cleveland, and Seattle and the...

Jets must halt Broncos' running game

Only four days after trying to match wits with Tom Brady and the Patriots' aerial attack, the Jets are about to go up against the Broncos' extremely unconventional offense, a college-like option scheme that could leave the Jets' defensive backs counting sheep.

Tebow, Sanchez appear headed in opposite directions

Thursday night's Jets-Broncos game (on NFL Network) features an intriguing confluence at QB between the raw emotion, and ability, of Tim Tebow and the heavily scrutinized Mark Sanchez.

Von Miller unfazed about possible fine for hits on Sanchez

On Thursday night, the Broncos defeated the Jets, thanks in part to a strong defensive effort led by rookie linebacker Von Miller, who regularly harassed New York quarterback Mark Sanchez. On Friday night, Miller joined NBC SportsTalk to discuss the victory. But Miller may eventually hear from the league office.  Careful examination of three hits…

NFL Preview - Kansas City (4-5) at New England (6-3) (ET)

The last time the New England Patriots faced the Kansas City Chiefs, an injury to Tom Brady created an opportunity for Matt Cassel to earn himself a job as an NFL starting quarterback.

Brady Reflects on Cassel, Crennel

Three years ago, Matt Cassel got his chance. Tom Brady blew out his ACL in Week 1 of the 2008 season and was lost for the year. That propelled Cassel, a backup throughout his college career and the first three years of his NFL career, into the starting job. Depending on your perspective, what happened next was either really impressive or somewhat disappointing. Optimists marveled...
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